Supposedly, voter fraud doesn’t exist. That’s the Democrats will tell you, anyway. But the facts are a little bit different. Chicago City Wire reports….

More than 14,000 votes were cast in Chicago during the 2016 general election than there were voters to cast them, based on separate figures released by the Chicago Board of Elections, the chairman of the Chicago Republican Party has reported. Chris Cleveland told the Chicago Wire that “on a whim,” he filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the board, which provided him with a list of 1,101,178 people who voted in the general election. An earlier post on the board’s website said that 1,115,664 votes had been cast. “There should be never be more votes than voters,” Cleveland said. “Every ballot cast should be recorded against a registered voter.” The party did a breakdown of voting by precinct, and Cleveland said it found an uneven distribution of discrepancies. Fifteen precincts had 100 more ballots cast than voters, while others had fewer votes than voters.

Tom Lifson over at the American Thinker notes that Judicial Watch has been all over this thing as well.

Washington-based Judicial Watch named Illinois among 11 states that have another kind of discrepancy in their voting rolls: The number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens as determined by a review of Census data. In April, the group sent a notice-of-violation letter along with a threat to sue the 11 states. Robert Popper, director of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project and formerly deputy chief of the voting section of the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department, said that not maintaining accurate voting rolls violates the National Voter Registration Act of 1993. “People remember the act as the ‘motor voter’ law because it requires the states to offer voter registration forms with driver license applications,” Popper said. “But what a lot of people forget is that as a compromise for getting the act through, it requires states to maintain accurate voting rolls.” Judicial Watch identified 26 Illinois counties where voter registration was higher than the number of people eligible to vote, according to Census numbers.

Lifson goes on from there, saying in part…

But we can expect that Democrats will continue to dismiss the possibility that vote fraud worked for them on a significant scale. The fact that they resist investigation is telling.

Indeed….it doesn’t take a great deal of guessing the come up with the idea that the only reason that Hillary Clinton figured she had this one in the bag, and why all the polls thought she had it in the bag, and why she won the popular vote particularly in liberal states where the vote fraud was occurring such as Illinois and California, was because the Democrats had the vote fraud machine working. She only won the popular vote because she cheated. The Democrats cheated and lied their way through this. The trouble was for them at least that they couldn’t overcome the American voters even with all that going for them.

It would also explain why the Democrats are so fearful of any kind of Investigation into vote fraud.

Read me carefully on this one.

We already know that Bernie Sanders got screwed over by the Democrat Party. Ironically we can be thankful that he was. But that said, if the Democrats were willing to pull that nonsense on one of their own, does anybody really think that given the opportunity they wouldn’t do the same thing to the rest of America?

The Instinct of the American people was that Hillary Clinton and those surrounding her needed to see some serious jail time not the inside of The White House… Their Instinct has been proven correct.

Now it’s down to hauling her and those surrounding her, in chains, to the big house.

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